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Along the Willamette River, Portland has many areas where houseboats abound. Many love living right on the river with access to many amenities just inland as well as views of the Portland Spirit and of Dragon Boat racing during the Rose Festival.
The historic Old Mill District is now a pleasing mixture of homes, retail shops, restaurants, offices and entertainment. Thanks to a revitalization that opened in 2000, both residents and visitors can enjoy the vintage feel of the Old Mill District.
Mount St. Helens’ profile is different from the way it looked before its major eruption in 1980. With several small eruptions since then the landscape continues to evolve, but plant and animal life have now returned to the mountain.
Farmland with Mount Bachelor in the background shows Oregon's geographic diversity, from rich, fertile fields, to crystal lakes and rivers, to majestic snow-capped mountains.
Bicycles are a favorite mode of transportation in this environmentally-friendly community. Visit our Green Living section to learn more about our commitment to sustainability.
The east end of Hayden Island, called Jantzen Beach, has areas of retail, offices, and hotels. Further east the island has residential areas, including houseboat moorages and marinas. Although close to freeway access, the residential area is peaceful.
The Hawthorne Bridge is a truss bridge, and the oldest vertical lift bridge still in operation in the United States. Built in 1910, it is the oldest highway bridge in Portland, but is still very busy with bicyclists, cars and busses crossing every day.
Mount Bachelor, easily accessible from Bend and Sunriver, offers skiing and snowboarding for Olympic hopefuls as well as families enjoying winter sports. Each winter skiers and snowboarders with varying skill levels enjoy its deep, dry powder.
The road to La Pine offers a trip back to community values. The main community activity is an annual 4th of July celebration called Frontier Days with many festive activities and fun for everyone, whether local or tourist.
Built in 1926, the Burnside Bridge is one of many drawbridges across the Willamette River. One of the few bridges in the area built with input from an architect, it features Italian Renaissance towers. Portland is also known as "Bridgetown."
Open year-round, the 280 acres of Battle Ground Lake State Park offer many activities. Camping, swimming, fishing and boating are all popular at this picturesque park. The lake was originally formed by volcanic activity.
Residents like being near the various city amenities in nearby Bend, but love to live among acres and acres of trees of all kinds: pines, firs, redwoods, oaks and many others.
The Facebook Data Center in Prineville has over 6 acres of land and has been a boon to the community, providing jobs and other extras such as donating uniforms for high school sports teams, and providing free dental care for children.
AmberGlen Park is a 217-acre corporate center and business community located about 20 minutes west of Portland in the heart of the Sunset Corridor. The picturesque campus setting offers open space along with many amenities, including a heliport.
People enjoy Drake Park year-round making it the most popular public park in Bend. Ponderosa Pines, many deciduous hardwood trees, and the Deschutes River at Mirror Pond make it one of the most beautiful parks as well.
The Charbonneau district of Wilsonville was named for the son of Sacagawea. It began in 1972 as a nine-hole golf course with a couple hundred townhomes. This lovely area now boasts about 3,500 people living near the 27-hole golf course.
Homes in Dunthorpe are often significant estates, built on an acre or more of land. This unincorporated area, exclusively residential, lies between Portland and Lake Oswego. This lovely community is located on the western banks of the Willamette River.
Created in 2003, Felida Community Park claims 14 acres. Included in that area is a playground, multiple soccer fields, basketball courts, walking/running trails, picnic tables and plenty of room to roam!
The rich soil near Prineville provides an excellent setting for farms of all kinds. There are farmers’ markets for locals to buy direct from the farmers providing healthy food and supporting local businesses.
The Broadway Bridge, a bascule bridge and one of ten bridges in Portland, has four lanes for vehicles and bicycles as well as two wide sidewalks for foot traffic. It is opened for river traffic about 25 times per month and is painted Golden Gate red.
Homes near Sisters can be one-of-a-kind in a forest, ranch houses in a cozy neighborhood, or tidy townhomes within walking distance of downtown. Wherever they are, they usually have a view of the Three Sisters mountains for which the city is named.
Eagle Landing includes a golf course, park and walking trails. This development is expected to be one of the largest mixed-use centers in Oregon when it is completed. It is conveniently located at the intersection of I-205 and Sunnyside Road.
Fort Vancouver, originally established in 1824, is now a national historic site available for the public to tour. Each year on Independence Day, a large fireworks display is held on the site, reputed to be the largest display west of the Mississippi.
Homes in La Pine can be vintage homes, modern homes, or a combination, but often come with an acre or so of land to accommodate homeowners who want to farm or raise horses. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the many outdoor amenities year-round.
Located in the high desert in central Oregon, Prineville offers golf courses, fishing holes, and biking trails as well as numerous green spaces and tall forests for both residents and visitors to the area.
Hayden Island has had many names during its history, but has been called Hayden Island for the last 160 years. Located in the Columbia River between Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington, it boasts shopping centers as well as residential areas.
Incorporated in 1951, Battle Ground offers a primarily suburban setting with many rural options as well. Be sure to catch Harvest Days each summer, a major community event often featuring parades, outdoor markets, fun runs and live performances!
Almost 100 years ago, the Pacific Coast Parks Association named Laurelhurst Park the “most beautiful park” on the West Coast. In 2001, it became the first city park ever to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The view from Mount Talbert shows a spectacular view of Happy Valley and environs. Although the hillsides are somewhat developed, there are still many beautiful green spaces interspersed throughout Happy Valley.
George Rogers Park is a park with hiking and biking trails, historical monuments, a beach, tennis courts, baseball fields and picnic areas. There is also a great sandbox that is stocked with all kinds of toys and trucks for little ones.
La Pine’s proximity to the East and Paulina Lakes as well as the Newberry National Park, plus it’s over 300 days of sunshine make it a perfect setting for outdoor activities of all kinds. La Pine’s slogan is “The Outdoors at Your Front Door.”
The 311 acres of Lacamas Lake Park are mostly undeveloped, allowing immersion in the wildlife that abounds here. Birdwatching, fishing and hiking are common activities. Also available are a playground, picnic shelter and barbeque grills.
The Sellwood Bridge links Highway 43 that hugs the Willamette River on the west side to the Sellwood neighborhood on the east side. It is the busiest two-lane bridge in Oregon since it is the only river crossing for miles in either direction.
Prineville, named for its first merchant, Barney Prine, is located in the high desert and is an active community with many bike paths, parks and greenways, which make it an outdoor haven from early spring to late fall.
At over 15 acres, Willamette Park offers picnic areas, river access and many sports fields. Located just south of Portland, the park sits at the confluence of the Tualatin River and the Willamette River.
The Old Mill District bridge crosses over the Deschutes River giving access to various historic buildings, such as the Little Red Shed, the Fuel Building, the Powerhouse Building and the Electric Shop, that link the town’s past to its present.
Lake Oswego is a desirable suburb of Portland with a history of iron and steel manufacturing. The lake for which it is named was made by expanding a natural lake. Originally founded in 1847, the city today has many parks and amenities for its residents.
Sisters has an eclectic blend of vintage homes, newer urban areas as well as apartments and traditional subdivisions. Known as the Gateway to the Cascades, it is a unique place to shop, fish and play. Don’t miss the annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show.
Prineville, with an abundance of sunshine and high-desert vegetation, is the oldest city in Central Oregon, and has several farms that raise horses and ponies.
The Ross Island Bridge spans the Willamette River and connects the east and west sides of Portland, but does not provide access to the island for which it is named. Built in 1926, it is Oregon’s only cantilever deck truss bridge.
Drake Park offers many features popular with residents, such as nearly a half-mile of waterfront, an outdoor stage, picnic tables, acres of open lawn and Mirror Pond. Many events happen at the park including an annual Independence Day celebration.
Just off Highway 30, Columbia County Event Complex is a 70-acre expanse which hosts numerous events. There are sports fields, a display garden, a race track, and of course, the annual fair and rodeo! You can even book it for private parties!
Not far from Hillsboro Airport lies the surprisingly quiet and tranquil Dawson Creek Park. Towering evergreens provide ample shade for animals as well as human visitors. Seven lakes allow water to add to the ambience of this peaceful area.
The lush landscape of Central Oregon boasts some of the country's finest and most diverse landscape. Outdoor activities abound, with eye-pleasing vistas around every corner. The outdoor experience of the high desert will surely take your breath away.
Designed by Gene Mason in 1982, this 9-hole, par 34 golf course features attractive scenery in a community setting. People enjoy its reasonable fees and convenience, being located within the Fisher's Landing community of Vancouver.
Scappoose Bay, north of Portland, is home to a great variety of wildlife and marine habitat, including several salmon species. It is a secluded waterway where people can kayak to feel the sense of solitude and peace in safe, calm protected waters.
Jamison Square in the Pearl District features "Tikitotmoniki" which are sculptures created near the turn of the 21st century by New York artist Kenny Scharf and native Portlander Paige Powell. They are another example of the city's fascination with art.
1455 LAKE FRONT RD
Lake Oswego, OR
6 bed | 5.2 bath | 6,145 sqft
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Lake Oswego, OR
4 bed | 5.1 bath | 9,265 sqft
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Lake Oswego, OR
4 bed | 5.2 bath | 7,668 sqft
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Oregon City, OR
4 bed | 3.1 bath | 5,011 sqft
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3 bed | 3 bath | 3,470 sqft
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4 bed | 4.1 bath | 8,444 sqft
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5 bed | 4.2 bath | 5,122 sqft
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Lake Oswego, OR
5 bed | 4 bath | 4,649 sqft
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4 bed | 4.1 bath | 6,834 sqft
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4 bed | 4.1 bath | 4,879 sqft
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